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The text messages read as if they’ve been ripped from a pornographic novel. He is a priest of the Diocese of Trenton, and while exchanging more than 1,200 text messages over four weeks last year, he thought was he talking to a 16-year-old boy. Aloysius Church in Jackson and a sex-education teacher at the parish school, was the target of an elaborate sting by a Catholic University of America graduate who says the priest sexually harassed him for years.
Matthew Riedlinger quizzed his texting partner about sex videos, pressed for details about intimate liaisons, described sexual acts and encouraged mutual masturbation. "Promise me you will never breath (sic) a word of this to anyone — ok? Timothy Schmalz, now 23 and a resident of Washington, D.
The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said authorities also were concerned because the operation had been conducted by a civilian."There was no sexual contact, assault or abuse referenced in the complaints." The statement called Riedlinger’s behavior "deeply troubling" and said it is "in no way to be tolerated in the life and ministry of a priest." O’Connell declined to be interviewed for this story. Riedlinger, a 30-year-old Ohio native, could not be reached by phone and did not respond to a request for comment sent to his personal e-mail address.In recent months, he has been living at the Villa Vianney retirement home for priests in Lawrenceville and tending to the needs of retired Bishop John M. On Monday, he was granted a leave from the priesthood.Timothy Schmalz, 23, stands before the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington D. Schmalz, originally from Howell, was an altar server at the shrine when he met the Rev.Matthew Riedlinger, who has since been removed from ministry in the Diocese of Trenton.
C., said he was moved to action after his first complaint about Riedlinger in 2011 resulted in what he characterized as a slap on the wrist by Trenton Bishop David M. Schmalz is one of five young men who provided The Star-Ledger with similar accounts of harassment and sexual obsession by the priest.